Last week, I walked around city center of Sapporo.
I found someting interesting for me.
This is Sapporo City Archives Museum.
This was originally constructed as the Sapporo Court of Appeals in September 1926.
The building was made of bricks, Sapporo soft stone, and reinforced concrete.
It officially became the Sapporo City Archive Museum in 1973, and was listed as a Registered Tangible Cultural Property of Japan in 1997.
You can feel the atmosphere early 20th century in Hokkaido and also being judged.
This is King Xmhu in Susukino district.
Susukino is drinking area and gather a lot of people at night.
This building likes like old ruins of something but it is actually nightclub and many youngs visit this place to drink and dance.
Basically, people in Sapporo don't walk around Susukino area in a day time but if you do so you many find something new.
Yaki-soba, fried noodles at Yaki-sobaya in Odori subway station is local B class gourmet in Sapporo.
You can choose the size of one portion from 1 serving to 12 servings.
This is 4 servings and was too much for me.
Noodles have no taste as the basis.
You can season them by using a wide variety of sources.
Plese refer to the URL below if you want someting unique in Sapporo.